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Rub Down Dog-Canine Massage


Dr. Sue Davis, owner of Rub Down Dog

Rub Down Dog is a canine massage service that helps benefit your dog in many ways. It's about time, right? Older dogs, dogs who do agility and many others can now enjoy this amazing service!

Az Pet Professionals are honored to have such an amazing service and owner Dr. Sue Davis; as part of our network group! 

Just a small taste about Dr. Davis and her expertise:
She has 35 years in the healthcare field, science and education, is a writer and researcher! Dr. Davis decided to devote her skills to working with dogs in 2006, and Rub-Down Dog Canine Massage was born.
Dr. Davis was a nationally certified paramedic for ten years, worked in biophysics research at the University of Pennsylvania, and served as Academic Dean of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine at RainStar University in Scottsdale. (Click link to Rub-Down Dog to read even more!)Rub-Down Dog Canine Massage

Some Benefits of canine massage are: 
Can reduce pain and stiffness, improves flexibility and motion and so much more! This is great for our older dogs with arthritis! 
To read more about the benefits canine massage offers for your dog, click here:!page3/cee5

Dr. Sue Davis has been with Az Pet Professionals for a year now. We couldn't be more excited to share her services! 
Please help us to spread the word about Rub Down Dog to other pet owners by sharing her website! We know there are many pets who could benefit from canine massage and the many other services Dr. Davis offers. Rub Down Dog's website:
Thank you!

Dr. Sue Davis's contact information

Business Phone: 480-650-4459
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